The dopamine D2, but not D3 or D4, receptor subtype is essential for the disruption of prepulse inhibition produced by amphetamine in mice

Rebecca J. Ralph, Geoffrey B. Varty, Michele A. Kelly, Yan Min Wang, Marc G. Caron, Marcelo Rubinstein, David K. Grandy, Malcolm J. Low, Mark A. Geyer

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